Welt argues, moreover, that "to restart the U.S. relationship with Russia remains a priority of foreign policy, but at the same time Washington is trying to maintain balance in its relations with Georgia. " However, as it is easy to understand, for sustaining a balance of Georgia itself should look positively and to not put the U.S. in an awkward position. However, it is clear that while the case is different. Corrie Welt assesses the situation and definitely not in the spirit of self-confident correlations of the team members the President of Georgia: "The Obama administration discredit the" Rose Revolution "in Georgia, knowing that since 2003, democracy remains fragile in this country." Consolidate and strengthen democracy – is now not quite a new task of official Tbilisi does not seem to too willing to perform the job in Washington, again dictated by the mouth of Michael Posner. In fact, President Mikheil Saakashvili and his team in front of a particular choice of either all of the requirements to create the conditions objective for the election are met, and then the president risks losing power, or police state, and this time apply the favorite ways to save power, and then the West finally parted with the illusions about the victory of democracy in Georgia. Both options are fraught with dangerous developments. Second, after all, may lead not to strengthen the democratic foundations of the Georgian state, and the assertion of an authoritarian, or that worse, the dictatorial regime. Signs of the last manifest, vpochem, more than once.